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If you had to sit and listen to an album today from beginning to end , what would it be?

Mixxx 5 July 15

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Abby Road.

That is the Beatles album for me

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Rolling Stones: Exile on Main Street

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I actually own the, "Fraggle Rock" album. I would listen to that. The nostalgia factor is through the roof and it instantly puts me in a great mood.

@Mixxx Thank you. Of course I know the artist. πŸ˜›

@Mixxx I know him and have listened to a lot of his work. I am not a big fan, so I don't have a favorite.

I do, however, love Cookie Monster.

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Days of Future Past-Moody Blues-background music.

Yes. I keep that in the Music folder on my phone for easy access.

Every Good Boy Deserves Favor is my favorite Moody Blues.

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'Ziggy Stardust', 'Graceland', the Beatles' white album or 'Ram' (Paul McCartney)... maybe 'Spike' (Elvis Costello), 'Piper at the Gates of Dawn'... this isn't easy!

Ziggy Sardust.... made loud to be played loud πŸ™‚

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Stop Making Sense -- Talking Heads

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the police - Synchronicity

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  1. Pink Floyd: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON;
  2. Paul Simon: SURPRISE!

@Mixxx especially if you really listen to the lyrics. Simon us a lyrical genius, on par with Dylan, Cohen, etc., in my book.

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Sgt. Pepper.....

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Led Zeppelin III or IV.

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Houses of the Holy

@Mixxx saw that done in concert πŸ™‚

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Any Ella Fitzgerald songbook.

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Either Bob Marley's Legends", or Lily and Madeleine's "Fumes".

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" Kind of Blue ", by Miles Davis.

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"The Last Waltz" - The Band

@Louiseann Absolutely. Especially where Van Morrison struts to the front and thrusts out his chest. He never shared the stage with anyone.

@Lincoln55 Oh yes - and all the rest.

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A used record store just opened up down my street yesterday, so whatever I find there today is what I'll be listening to from beginning to end.

Just bought an old scratchy and autographed copy of the first Black Oak Arkansas LP. So that's my pick. Not exactly critical darlings but they were huge for a couple of years.

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In a strange mood today - - Richard Strauss - An Alpine Symphony, Op. 64

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Porcupine Tree- In Absentia

OR

Steven Wilson- Hand. Cannot. Erase

OR

Pink Floyd- The Wall

Every single track is a masterpiece.

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Today I'm in the mood for Wishbone Ash Live Dates. I love the two lead guitars.

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Because I have an audition today, I'd want to hear something upbeat--either "Beatles '65" or "Flood" by They Might Be Giants.

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By "today," do you mean today's music? I love:

"Miles of Aisles" by Joni Mitchell
"Unplugged" by Eric Clapton
"The Slow Lane" by Anton Schwartz, jazz saxophone
"Again" by Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass
"Sterling" by The Nylons
"The Premonition Years" by jazz singer Patricia Barber, first CD of a set.
"Encore" by Kenny Rankin

@Mixxx
Yes, The Nylons are a gay men's group that has been singing together for over 25 years. Five years ago, I attended their concert. Fell in love with their harmonies.

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N'sync no strings attached.

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Mumford & Sons Wilder Mind. I mostly listen to classic rock, but this one has a grip on me.

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β€œThirteenth Step” A Perfect Circle

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American Idiot by Green Day

MCMXC a.D. by Enigma

In the Lonely Hour by Sam Smith

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